Dr. Seret’s article “The Consequential Fate of the Bucharest Jews in Romania” was published in The J as part of their Holocaust Remembrance Day publication.
The Consequential Fate Of The Bucharest Jews In Romania
Even Adolph Eichmann had warned General Antonescu he was “too cruel and sloppy with his Jews.”
King Michael I (Mihai) and General Ion Antonescu on the banks of the Prut River in Romania in August, 1941. Michael I would overthrow Antonescu’s regime three years later, after more than 300,000 Jews were murdered. (Photo: public domain)